Madhya Pradesh: Indore District Education Officer issues an order that classes from standard 1 to 5 in all schools (govt & private) will remain closed tomorrow (14 September 2019) in the light of incessant rainfall and weather forecast by India Meteorological Department.

Central Bureau of Investigation registers 12 new cases against Chhota Rajan, gangster Bharat Nepali, his close aide & others, under charges of murder, extortion, kidnapping & possession of illegal weapons, etc. These cases are part of the 71 cases transferred from Mumbai police to CBI.

Uttar Pradesh Government: UP Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers will now pay their own Income-Tax, which was earlier being paid by the state treasury under UP Ministers’ Salaries, Allowances and Miscellaneous Act, 1981.

Andhra Pradesh Govt: Trust board of any temple that comes under purview of endowments dept shall be filled with 50% reservation to SC, ST & BC members. Further, 50% of total nominated members shall be women.Ordinance issued to increase no. of TTD Trust Board members from 16 to 25.

Administrative reshuffle: Government of Andhra Pradesh transfers 18 IAS officers.

Delhi: Six people arrested by Narcotics Control Bureau, Afghan heroin worth more than Rs 30 crore seized.

Congress leader DK Shivakumar sent to Enforcement Directorate custody till September 17 by a Delhi court in a money laundering case.

Geneva, Switzerland: Balochistan and Sindhi activists protest at Broken Chair in front of the United Nations office against enforced disappearances and atrocities committed by Pakistan Army.

Tamil Nadu government should pay Rs 5 lakh compensation to Shubashree’s kin: Madras High Court. Compensation money should be taken from negligent babus. Next hearing on the case on September 19th.

Bhima Koregaon Case: Bombay High Court rejected the petition filed by activist Gautam Navlakha seeking to quash FIR lodged against him by Pune Police.

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Amid the escalating tension between India and its neighbouring country Pakistan after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, Islamabad has reportedly decided to send two officials to attend a key multilateral event in New Delhi. Two representatives of the Imran Khan government would attend the military medicine conference of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), currently underway in Delhi.

On Thursday, Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said that there will be no second consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav. Jadhav was sentenced to death by Pakistan military court on the charges of "espionage and terrorism." The Indian National has been lodged in a Pakistani jail since 2016.

India's economic growth is "much weaker" than expected, the IMF said on Thursday, attributing the reasons for corporate and environmental regulatory uncertainty and lingering weaknesses in some non-bank financial companies.

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